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Style Writer 



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Basics 

StyleWriter 



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Basics 



Introduction - 1 




Introduction 

The StyleWriter is a serial 
bubble jet ink-on-demand 
printer. 

The StyleWriter prints up 
to 1 /3 page per minute at a 
resolution of 360 dpi in 
Best Mode. 



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Specifications 

StyleWriter 



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Specifications 



Characteristics - 1 



Print Methods 
Throughput 



Print Head 
Print Head Life 
Input Buffer 



Characteristics 

Serial bubble jet ink-on-demand 

1/3 page per minutes in Best mode 
1/2 page per minute in Faster mode 
(actual speed depends on images printed) 

1 by 64 nozzles 

Approximately 500 pages (normal mode) 

8 K 



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Specifications Graphics - 2 



Graphics 



Resolution 360 dpi (Best mode) 

1 80 dpi (Faster mode) 



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Specifications 



Paper Handling - 3 



Paper Handling 



Paper 



Size: LTR, LGL, A4 
Weight: 16-24 lb. 
Capacity: 50 sheets (A4, LTR) 



Envelopes 



Size: Commercial number 10 size only (4.1 in. by 9.5 in) 



Transparencies 



Coated transparencies, or most inkjet transparencies 



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Specifications 



Ink Cartridges 



Type 



Ink cartridge 



Ink Color 



Black 



Ink Amount 



Approximately 20 g (per cartridge) 



Life 



Approximately 500 pages 



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Specifications 



Environmental 

Acoustic Noise Level Under 50 dB (reference level) 
Temperature 59-86° F (15-30° C ) 

Humidity 20-70% (no condensation) 



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Electrical - 6 



Electrical 



Power Source 



U.S./Canada: 1 20 VAC, 60 Hz 
Japan: 1 20 VAC, 50/60 Hz 
U.K./Australia: 240 VAC, 50 Hz 
Europe: 220 VAC, 50 Hz 



Power Consumption 



23 W maximum at 1 20 V 
25 W maximum at 220 V 



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Specifications 



Physical 



Height: 12.5 in. (32 cm) 
Width: 13.25 in. (33.6 cm) 
Depth: 9 in. (23 cm) 



Approximately 7.5 lb. (3.4 kg) 




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Troubleshooting 

StyleWriter 



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Troubleshooting General/ - 1 



General 

The Symptom Charts included in this chapter will help you 
diagnose specific symptoms related to your product. Because cures 
are listed on the charts in the order of most likely solution, try 
the first cure first. Verify whether or not the product continues to 
exhibit the symptom. If the symptom persists, try the next cure. 
(Note: If you have replaced a module, reinstall the original module 
before you proceed to the next cure.) 

If you are not sure what the problem is, or if the Symptom Charts 
do not resolve the problem, refer to the Flowchart for the product 
family. 

For additional assistance, contact Apple Technical Support. 



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Symptom Charts /Preliminary Checks - 2 



Computer cannot find 
printer 



No lights or 
movement 



Symptom Charts 

Preliminary Checks 



1 Verify that StyleWriter drive is installed. 

2 Verify that Chooser and Control Panel settings are correct. 

3 Verify that serial cable is connected. 

4 Replace serial cable. 

1 Verify that printer is turned on and plugged into power 
adapter and wall socket. 

2 Replace AC power adapter. 

3 Replace 2.5 amp fuse on logic board. 



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Symptom Charts /Preliminary Checks - 3 



Print quality 
problems 



1 Verify that paper is correct weight. 

2 Purge ink cartridge. 

3 Replace ink cartridge. 

4 Verify that logic board and printer frame are compatible 
with StyleWriter revision. See "Revision Identification" in 
Additional Procedures. 



Mechanical problems 



1 Verify that paper is correct weight. 

2 Clear paper jam. 

3 Verify that cut sheet feeder aligns with printer. 

4 Replace cut sheet feeder. 



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Symptom Charts /Status Light - 4 



Status Light 



No status lights 



1 Check AC adapter connection. 

2 Replace AC adapter. 

3 Replace fuse. 

4 Verify that operation cable is securely connected to logic 
board. 

5 Replace logic board. 

6 Replace operations panel assembly. 

7 Replace operations panel cable. 



Error and power 
lights blink; ready 
light is off 



1 Carriage is jammed. Remove anything that obstructs free 
motion of carriage. 

2 Replace logic board. 

3 Verify that paper sensor is seated correctly. 

4 Replace printer frame assembly. 

5 Replace operations panel assembly. 

6 Replace operations panel cable. 



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Symptom Charts /Status Light - 5 



Error light blinks; 
power light is on, 
ready light is off 



1 
2 
3 



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5 
6 
7 
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Close front cover. 

Verify that paper is inserted properly. 

Check for paper jam; remove jam, then press ready switch. 

If ready and power lights come on steadily and error light is 

off, problem is resolved. 

Replace paper sensor. 

Replace logic board. 

Replace printer frame assembly. 

Replace operations panel assembly. 

Replace operations panel cable. 



Error, power, and 
ready lights blink 



1 Check cables. 

2 Replace logic board. 



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Troubleshooting Symptom Charts /Printing - 6 



Printing 

No printing 1 Verify that interface cable between printer and computer is 

tightly connected. 

2 Make sure printer is selected in Chooser. 

3 Purge ink cartridge. 

4 Replace ink cartridge. 

5 Replace paper sensor. 

6 Replace logic board. 

7 Verify that paper sensor is seated correctly. 

8 Replace printer frame assembly. 



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Troubleshooting Symptom Charts /Printing 



Garbled printing 1 Verify that interface cable between printer and computer is 

tightly connected. 

2 Purge ink cartridge. 

3 Replace ink cartridge. 

4 Verify that logic board and printer frame are compatible 
with StyleWriter revision. See "Revision Identification" in 
Additional Procedures. 

5 Replace logic board. 

6 Replace printer frame assembly. 

Overprinting 1 Verify that program being used is set for correct line 

spacing and line length. 

2 Verify that correct printer driver is installed. 

3 Replace logic board. 

4 Replace printer frame assembly. 



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Symptom Charts /Printing - 8 



Image too light or too 
dark 



1 Purge ink cartridge. 

2 Use 1 6 lb. to 24 lb. cotton bond paper. 

3 Verify that forms thickness lever is set correctly (up for 
standard paper; down for envelopes, transparencies, labels, 
and heavy paper). 

4 Replace ink cartridge. 



White lines in 
printing 



1 Purge ink cartridge. 

2 Replace ink cartridge. 

3 Replace logic board. 

4 Replace printer frame assembly. 



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Symptom Charts /Printing - 9 



Page prints off 
center; images are out 
of place 



1 Use 1 6 lb. to 24 lb. cotton bond paper. 

2 Verify that sheet feeder holds no more than 50 sheets. 

3 Verify that paper is inserted properly. 

4 Verify that margins in document and paper size in Page Setup 
are set correctly. 

5 Replace logic board. 

6 Replace printer frame assembly. 



Ink appears on back of 
paper 



1 Clean platen with soft, dry cloth. 

2 Clean platen rollers. 

3 Replace platen rollers. 

4 Replace printer frame assembly. 



Image wavy, splotchy, 
or distorted 



1 Purge ink cartridge. 

2 Replace ink cartridge. 

3 Replace printer frame assembly. 



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Symptom Charts /Carrier Movement - 1 



Carrier Movement 



Erratic carrier 
motion 



1 Replace logic board. 

2 Replace printer frame assembly. 



Power light is on; 
carrier does not move 



1 Make sure carrier area is clear of obstructions. 

2 Replace logic board. 

3 Replace printer frame assembly. 



Printer does not 
perform self-test; 
ready light is on 



1 Replace logic board. 

2 Replace operations panel assembly. 

3 Replace printer frame assembly. 



Carrier grinds, hums 
loudly, or locks 



1 Verify that paper sensor is seated correctly. 

2 Replace printer frame assembly. 



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Symptom Charts/Paper Feed - 1 1 



Paper Feed 



No paper feed 



1 Verify that cut sheet feeder aligns with printer. 

2 Release paper pressure plate on cut sheet feeder. 

3 Make sure paper path is clear of obstructions. 

4 Replace cut sheet feeder. 

5 Replace logic board. 

6 Replace printer frame assembly. 



Grinding during paper 
feed 



1 
2 



3 
4 
5 
6 



Make sure paper path is clear of obstructions. 

Verify that forms thickness lever is set correctly (up for 

standard paper; down for envelopes, transparencies, labels, 

and heavy paper). 

Verify that cut sheet feeder aligns with printer. 

Replace cut sheet feeder. 

Replace logic board. 

Replace printer frame assembly. 



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Symptom Charts /Paper Feed - 1 2 



Paper feed 
difficulties: binding, 
tearing 



1 Verify that forms thickness lever is set correctly (up for 
standard paper; down for envelopes, transparencies, labels, 
and heavy paper). 

2 Make sure paper path is clear of obstructions. 

3 Verify that paper is inserted properly. 

4 Use 1 6 lb. to 24 lb. cotton bond paper. 

5 Verify that cut sheet feeder aligns with printer. 

6 Replace cut sheet feeder. 

7 Replace printer frame assembly. 



Envelope feed 
problems 



When printing envelopes 

• Adjust paper thickness lever 

• Do not run cut sheets and envelopes in same print job 

• Reset paper thickness lever after printing envelopes 
Replace printer frame assembly. 



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Symptom Charts /Miscellaneous - 1 3 



Miscellaneous 



Operations panel 
buttons don't work 



1 Verify that operations panel cable is securely connected to 
logic board and operations panel. 

2 Replace logic board. 

3 Replace operations panel cable. 

4 Replace operations panel. 



Software-specific 
problem 



1 Verify that software is known-good. 

2 Verify that software is compatible with TrueType fonts. 
(Check your software application manual.) 



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StyleWriter 



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Lower Access Cover - 1 




Lower Access 
Cover 

No preliminary steps are 
required before you begin 
this procedure. 

Caution: To ensure the print 
head is capped, switch off 
the StyleWriter before 
unplugging it. 



Lower Access Cover 



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Tab 



Tab 




Lower Access Cover - 2 



Tab 



Caution: Be careful not to 
bend or break any of the 
plastic tabs on the 
StyleWriter. Use jeweler's 
screwdrivers and precision 
tweezers and do not apply 
excessive force. 

Note: Before taking apart 
the StyleWriter, remove the 
ink cartridge and separate 
the printer from the cut 
sheet feeder. 

1 Using a small flat-blade 
screwdriver, release the 
three tabs along the 
bottom of the rear cover. 



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Lower Access Cover - 3 



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- Paper Release Post 


















_^_ Holding Knobs 







I — Paper 



Pry the paper release 
lever away from the 
lower access cover and 
snap it free from the 
holding knobs. 

Twist and slip the lever 
off the paper release 
post on the frame. 



Paper Release Lever 



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Lower Access Cover - 4 



Left Upper 
Tab 




Right Upper 
Tab 



Open the upper access 
cover. 

Free the lower access 
cover at the upper tabs. 

Remove the lower access 
cover. 



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Lower Access Cover - 5 



Manual Feed Tray 




Remove the manual feed 
tray by flexing it 
enough to free the plastic 
hinges from the lower 
access cover. 



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Front Access Cover - 6 



Front 

Access 

Cover 




Front Access 
Cover 

Before you begin, remove 
lower access cover. 

Note: The front access cover 
is held in place by two arms 
that function as hinges. 
Plastic knobs at the end of 
the arms fit into holes on the 
inside of the rear cover. 



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Front Access Cover - 7 




Front 

Access 

Cover 



Open the front access 
cover. 

Press the end of each 
arm inward and free the 
arm's knob from the 
hole in the rear cover. 

Lift off the front access 
cover. 



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Platen Cover and 
Rollers 

Before you begin, remove 
!■;£■■-.■„<!"" tne following: 

[p" :::: . : ::>;>v.v-... '"■■■.. • Lower access cover 

jj : ' :::: :::>;>'.--.., ""■■... '.<5% • Front access cover 

Platen Cover — J_tf^. "■■x^i:...^ Caution: Remove the platen 

and Rollers ..•;•:,: U:^:-:::-.. ■<:>■■■■.,. -■&■&:::■■.. ..■■'■■■. cover only if it is broken and 

must be replaced. Do not 
remove it to perform other 
take-apart procedures. The 
plastic tabs are hidden and 
tiny, and they break easily. 
Do not use force! 



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Platen Cover and Rollers - 9 



Upper Left 
Tab Release 




1 Pull the paper release 
post down as far as 
possible. 

Z Using a jeweler's 

screwdriver, carefully 
free the upper left tab. 



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Platen Cover and Rollers - 1 




Lower 
Left Tab : : : £ 
Release 



Using a jeweler's 
screwdriver, gently pry 
between the platen 
cover and printer frame 
and free the lower left 
tab release. 

Lift and twist the cover 
to free the right tab 
release. 

Lift the platen cover 
free. 



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Platen Cover and Rollers - 1 1 




Note: It is not necessary 
to remove the platen 
cover from the printer 
frame to remove a 
roller. 

To remove a roller, 
grasp one end, press 
firmly to the side, and 
snap the roller out of the 
mounting holes. 



Platen 
Cover 



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Logic Board - 1 2 



Logic Board 

Before you begin, remove 
the following: 

• Lower access cover 

• Front access cover 



Logic Board 




Review the ESD precautions 
in Bulletins/Safety. 

Caution: You must replace 
Revision A and Revision B 
logic boards like-for-like. 
If you are replacing the logic 
board, see "Revision 
Identification" in Additional 
Procedures. 



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Logic Board - 1 3 



Tab_ 




Using a small flat-blade 
screwdriver, gently pry 
up and release the two 
tabs on the bottom of the 
printer. 



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Logic Board - 1 4 



Forward 
Tab . 



Forward 
Tab 




Lift the rear of the logic 
board cover and release 
it at the forward tabs. 



Logic Board 
Cover 



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Logic Board - 1 5 



Large Ribbon 
Connector 




Small Ribbon 
Connector 



Caution: Disconnect the 
five ribbon cables with 
great care and only 
when necessary. 

Turn the printer around 
so that you see the 
printer frame assembly. 

Gently pull on the tab 
ends of the four smaller 
ribbon cables, and 
disconnect them from the 
logic board. 

Slide the front half of the 
largest connector 
toward you into the 
unlocked position. Gently 
pull out the cable. 



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Logic Board - 1 6 



EMI 
Fence 




6 Remove the three screws 
and set aside the EMI 
fence. 

7 Slide the logic board out 
of the frame from the 
rear. Be sure to keep the 
retainer clip. 



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Fuse - 1 7 



Fuse 

Before you begin, remove 
the following: 

• Ink Cartridge 

• Cut Sheet Feeder 



Fuse- 



Logic Board 




Review the ESD precautions 
in Bulletins/Safety. 



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Fuse - 1 8 



Tab_ 




Using a small flat-blade 
screwdriver, gently pry 
up and release the two 
tabs on the bottom of the 
printer. 



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Fuse - 1 9 



Forward 
Tab . 



Forward 
Tab 




Lift the rear of the logic 
board cover and release 
it at the forward tabs. 



Logic Board 
Cover 



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Fuse - 20 



Using a jeweler's 
screwdriver, gently pry 
the ends of the fuse out of 
the holder. 




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Printer Frame Assembly - 21 



Printer Frame 
Assembly 




Printer Frame 
Assembly 

Before you begin, remove 
the following: 

• Lower access cover 

• Front access cover 

• Logic board 

Note: The printer frame 
assembly comes with the 
platen cover, paper sensor, 
cartridge hook, and forms 
thickness lever installed. 
Do not remove these parts 
prior to returning a 
printer frame to Apple. 



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Printer Frame Assembly - 22 



Printer Frame 
Assembly 




Caution: You must replace 
Revision A and Revision B 
printer frame assemblies 
like-f or-like. If you are 
replacing the frame 
assembly, see "Revision 
Identification" in Additional 
Procedures. 



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Printer Frame Assembly - 23 



Rear Cover 



Printer Frame 
Assembly 



Double-Stick 

Tape 
(Rear Side) 




Release 
Tabs 



1 Remove the four screws. 

2 Slide the RFI shield out 
the front of the printer. 

3 Pull the printer frame 
assembly down and out 
and free it from the 
release tabs. 

Replacement Note: 

Ribbon cables on 
replacement printer 
frame assemblies are 
taped to the assembly for 
shipping. Remove the 
tape carefully and press 
the cartridge ribbon 
cable onto the double- 
stick tape. 



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Operations Panel Assembly - 24 



Operations Panel 
-... Assembly ' :::: :: : . 




Operations Panel 
Assembly 

Before you begin, remove 
the following: 

• Lower access cover 

• Front access cover 

• Logic board 

• Printer frame assembly 

Note: The operations panel 
assembly includes the panel 
cover (with buttons) and the 
PCB. The metal shield and 
the operations panel cable 
are available separately. 



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Operations Panel Assembly - 25 



Printer Rear Cover 




Ribbon Cable 



Note: The ribbon cable is 
attached to the inside of 
the rear cover with 
double-stick tape. 

Carefully pull up on the 
ribbon cable. 

Using a jeweler's 
screwdriver, depress 
the two tabs. 

Slide the operations 
panel toward you and 
free it from the rear 
cover. 



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Operations Panel Assembly - 26 



Board 



Metal Shield 




Operations Panel 
Cable 



To remove the operations 
panel cable, pull gently 
on the cable connector 
and free it from its 
connector. 

To remove the metal 
shield, release the tab 
and lift out the board and 
the metal shield. 

Replacement Note: 

When replacing the 
operations panel cable, 
be sure the metal teeth 
of the ribbon cable face 
the bottom side of the 
connector and that the 
colored plastic faces up. 



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Cartridge Hook - 27 



Cartridge' 
--.. Hook 



Cartridge Hook 

Before you begin, remove 
the following: 

• Lower access cover 

• Front access cover 

• Logic board 

• Printer frame assembly 

Caution: Place the printer 
frame assembly on a padded 
surface, taking care not to 
crumple the ribbon cables 
under the frame. 

Note: The cartridge hook kit 
contains the cartridge hook, 
lever, spring, and holder. 



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Cartridge Hook -28 



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1 


Using a jeweler's 




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screwdriver, gently pry 
between the top of the 
cartridge hook holder 
and the adjacent plastic 
of the cartridge carrier. 


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2 


Push the cartridge hook 
holder slightly away 
from the cartridge 










carrier. 


Cartridae '- 


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Cartridge j 

Hook 
\ Holder 






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Cartridge Hook - 29 




Lever 



Using small needlenose 
tweezers, gently squeeze 
the tips of the lower tabs 
inward and release the 
spring that holds the 
lever in position. 



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Cartridge Hook - 30 



Carriage Hook Holder — , 



Carriage Hook — , 



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Spring 



Lever 



Note: The four pieces of 
the cartridge hook 
assembly (the holder, 
spring, lever, and hook) 
will fall into your hand 
when you perform this 
step. 

Pull the cartridge hook 
holder off the frame. 



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Cartridge Hook - 31 



Carriage Hook Holder — , 



Carriage Hook — , 



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Spring 



Lever 



Replacement Note: To 

reassemble, put the 
cartridge hook on its 
post on the cartridge 
carrier, and put the blue 
lever and spring over 
the central post of the 
holder. Slide the 
assembly into place as 
you mesh the ridge on 
the lever with the groove 
on the bottom of the 
cartridge hook. Snap the 
assembly securely into 
place. 



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Forms Thickness 

Forms T ^T^r 

Thickness i-CVCI 

Lever //'?'""•'■•■•-... 

Before you begin, remove 

the following: 
if^ ■■}:::■'. :;■■'..■■■... "■-... • Lower access cover 

jj : ' :::: :::>;>'.--.., ""■■... '.<5% • Front access cover 

^ ..*■■■ :::: . :: : : .. """'" ::: ::: : ' i;:>:.-.. '"-.. //*'/ • Logic board 

' : £ : : :: ... • Printer frame assembly 

.. ""'''^:::^::;-." Caution: Place the printer 

''■■■■.' : --. '"'"-I i i frame assembly on a padded 

:: ::: : ... '''■■■..'.'■■■■.... ""■-..,. '" :: j' :: -; '■ £ ! ■; ! surface, taking care not to 

crumple the ribbon cables 
under the frame. 



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Forms Thickness Lever - 33 



Gear Index- 
Markings 




1 Note: The forms 
thickness lever kit 
contains the forms 
thickness lever and its 
spring. 

Remove the spring from 
the forms thickness 
lever. 



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Forms Thickness Lever - 34 



Gear Index- 
Markings 




Replacement Note: The 

forms thickness lever is 
actually a gear that 
meshes with a second 
gear behind it. The 
second gear attaches to 
the carriage shaft that 
controls the distance of 
the ink cartridge from 
the paper. Note the gear 
index markings that 
align when the gears are 
in the middle of the 
range. Align these 
markings during 
reassembly. 



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Forms Thickness Lever - 35 



Shaft Holder-, 




Tab 



Using a jeweler's 
screwdriver, push down 
on the black plastic tab 
and at the same time 
push the shaft toward the 
forms thickness lever. 
The lever should now be 
free of the second gear. 

Turn the lever to its full 
UP or DOWN position, 
and slide it off the 
printer frame. 



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Paper Sensor - 36 



Papet""-- 

Sensor. 



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Paper Sensor 

Before you begin, remove 
the following: 

• Lower access cover 

• Front access cover 

• Logic board 

• Printer frame assembly 

Note: The paper sensor is 
located on the rear of the 
printer frame assembly. The 
paper sensor cable attaches 
to the front of the logic 
board. 



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Paper Sensor - 37 



j Paper Sensor 




Note: The paper sensor 
cable is attached to the 
back of the printer 
frame with double-stick 
tape. 

Carefully peel off the 
paper sensor cable, 
leaving the tape in place 
on the metal frame. 

Carefully release the 
tab at the bottom of the 
paper sensor. 



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Paper Sensor - 38 



Upper Pin 
Release Points 




Insert a jeweler's 
screwdriver between the 
paper sensor and the 
frame at the release 
points. 

Snap out the sensor. 



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Output Tray Size Extension - 39 



Output Tray Size 
Extension 



Before you begin, remove 
cut sheet feeder 



Output Tray Size Extension 



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Output Tray Size Extension - 40 



Output- 
Tray 




Tab Release 
Points 



Open the output tray on 
the cut sheet feeder and 
tip up the extension so 
that you can see the 
underside. 

Using a jeweler's 
screwdriver, lift up the 
tabs and slide out the 
size extension. 



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Extension Guide/Rod Support - 41 



Extension Guide/ 
Rod Support 

Before you begin, remove 
the following: 

• Tray Size Extension 

• Cut Sheet Feeder 




Extension Guide 
and Rod Support 



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Extension Guide/Rod Support - 42 



Extension Guide 



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Rod Support 




Tab 

Release 

Points 



Slide the extension guide 
to the end of the shaft. 
Using a jeweler's 
screwdriver, lift up the 
tabs and free the 
extension guide from the 
rod. 

Press in on the lower 
ends of the rod support 
and free it from the 
output tray base. 



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Output Tray and Base - 43 



Output Tray and 
Base 




Output Tray and Base 



Before you begin, remove 
cut sheet feeder 



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Output Tray and Base - 44 




1 Remove the two screws 
and lift off the output 
tray and base assembly. 



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Rear Cover - 45 



Rear Cover 



Rear Cover 




Before you begin, remove 
the following: 

• Lower access cover 

• Front access cover 

• Logic board 

• Printer frame assembly 

• Operations panel 
assembly 

Note: This topic explains 
how to transfer the serial 
number when replacing a 
damaged rear cover. 



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Rear Cover - 46 



Retainer Clip 




1 Remove the retainer 
clip. 

2 Read the customer's 
original serial number 
from the label on the 
bottom of the old rear 
cover and record the 
number with indelible 
ink on the bottom of the 
new cover. 

3 Replace the customer's 
retainer clip. 



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Additional Procedures 

StyleWriter 



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Additional Procedures 



Revision Identification - 1 



Front 

Access 

Cover 




Revision 
Identification 

Note: This procedure 
explains how to 
distinguish between 
Revision A and Revision 
B of the StyleWriter. 

You must replace 
Revision A and 
Revision B logic boards 
and printer frames 
like-for-like. 

1 Lower the front access 
cover. 



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Additional Procedures 



Revision Identification - 2 



Worm 
Screw 



V-Groove 
Gray Gear 




2 Rotate the carriage 

worm screw until the V- 
groove of the large gray 
gear faces up. 



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Additional Procedures 



Revision Identification - 3 



Carriage Hook 
Assembly 



V-Groove 



Large Gray 
Gear 




Note: It may be 
necessary to push gently 
on the carriage hook 
assembly or to rotate the 
worm screw slightly to 
slide the carriage hook 
assembly. 

Slide the carriage hook 
assembly to the left by 
guiding the lock flap 
through the V-groove of 
the large gray gear. 



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Additional Procedures 



Revision Identification - 4 



Spring 




If the gear next to the 
spring and at the right 
end of the worm screw is 
black, install the logic 
board and printer frame 
assembly for Revision A. 

If the gear is gray, 
install the logic board 
and printer frame 
assembly for Revision B. 

Note: Revision A logic 
board has QG2-5053 
silkscreened on it. 
Revision B logic board 
has QG2-2403 
silkscreened on it. 




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Exploded View 

StyleWriter 



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Exploded View 



076-0400 
Rear Cover. 



076-0388 

Forms 

Thickness 

Lever 

949-0309 
Platen Cove 



982-0062 
l — Operation Panel 
Assembly 



941-5224 
■Fuse 

661-0629 
Logic 
Board 




949-0311 
Lower Access Cover 



970-0269 
Output Tray Size Extension 



922-1695 

Extension Guide/ 
Rod Support 



1—076-0401 
Output Tray 
and Base 



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